My mom just bought the Storm at Sea Block on Board Accuquilt Die. I of course had to play with it and try it out. What better than to make a simple and cute Christmas block that will make a wonderful gift this holiday season?! I of course used my favorite Island Batik fabrics.
I always love Just Let Me Quilt's Virtual Cookie Exchange. This year I went online searching for a new and different cookie to make with my sons. I found it...
Talk about a frosting overload! My boys will absolutely love all this frosting and bet they'll be fun to make. But only a few!
Link to Recipe from Delish
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Love the red and green Christmas block! Those cookies look good.ReplyDelete
Oh, that block is so fun, Suzy! I have a Storm at Sea in the works, tucked away for now, but it's not as pretty as this one! Those cookies look like fun (I'm getting a sugar coma just looking at them - haha!)ReplyDelete
That block is so pretty. I think those cookies have too much icing for my taste, but they sure do look pretty.ReplyDelete
Awww, that block in Christmas colors is perfection. The cookies look like a fun family project for sure. The Christmas projects are always memory makers and I bet you will have fun.ReplyDelete
Christmas Tree cookies! What a great idea!ReplyDelete
Cookies look wonderful! I found one using gingerbread, but same idea. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love your Storm At Sea in those fabrics! I've always wanted to make a Storm At Sea quilt, so because of you I went looking for the Accuquilt die. (Yes, shiny objects send me off in different directions even in the middle of a blog hop!) Those cookies look so cute and yummy...definitely a sugar high, but worth it. Thanks for hopping with us and sharing your sweet Christmas project with us! xoReplyDelete
Holy cow...those are cookies. I love frosting, so they are right up my alley! LOL!! I love the Storm at Sea block. Your holiday colors make it so festive.ReplyDelete
What a cute block and I'm sure the AccuQuilter cutter made it much simpler. Those cookies are truly decadent but my husband would love all the frosting, too.ReplyDelete
I love that block done in Christmas colours - fun! And those cookies - oh my, they're almost too pretty to eat (please notice I said 'almost'!).ReplyDelete
Those cookies are so darn cute. I know a little 3-year-old that would just adore these . . . and he'd be covered in green frosting. How fun! ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
Very cute cookie trees. That block looks very pretty in Christmas colours.ReplyDelete
That die is the bomb, I love it. Your block turned out great.ReplyDelete
Adorable Christmas tree cookies - bet they taste as good as they lookReplyDelete
Love your storm at sea block. Lucky to have a mom to share Accuquilt dies with.ReplyDelete
Those cookies look amazing. I bet my son would love them too! How did your boys like them?
Those cookies look so wonderful. A little sweet maybe. but wonderful. Thanks for the link.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas! Love your festive block, and the cute cookies too.ReplyDelete
Christmas Tree cookies?! TOO cute!!ReplyDelete